* "The Veil: Visible and Invisible Spaces," Sept. 7-Dec. 10, Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center. By engaging perceived wisdom about the veil -- particularly current clichés and stereotypes about Islamic practices -- this exhibition reflects on the ubiquity, importance, and profundity of the veil throughout human history and imagination. For more information call 658-4336 or check www.depauw.edu/galleries
* Terrence Hannum: "New Rites," Sept. 22-Dec. 10, Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center. Terrence Hannum's paintings, drawings and video installations employ the imagery and rituals of underground music subcultures as a means of exploring the transcendence and impermanence of sound and performance.
* Tarrah Krajnak and Wilka Roig: "(untitled #)," Oct. 27-Dec. 10, Galleries at Peeler, Richard E. Peeler Art Center. Deeply rooted in the language of the archive and the dialect of performance, Tarrah Krajnak and Wilka Roig's photographs expose the rhetoric underlying representational strategies and question their relationship to history and contemporary culture.
* 2nd Annual Juried Show, Nov. 12-28, Low Road Gallery, Downtown Greencastle. Opening 7 p.m. Nov. 19, featuring talk by guest juror, Leslie Sharpe, professor of Digital Art at Indiana University.
* "Youth in Revolt," 7:30 p.m., Ashley Square Cinema. Based on the wildly popular novel by C.D. Payne, this is the hilarious and irrelevant story of brainy high-schooler Nick, who is on a mission to lose his virginity. His insane schemes to win over the precious and gorgeous Sheeni result in him burning down half of Berkeley and becoming a wanted man.
* DePauw Faculty Woodwind Quintet, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Thompson Recital Hall. Featuring Anne Reynolds, flute, Randy Salman, clarinet; Leonid Sirotkin, oboe; Robert Danforth, saxophone; Kara Stolle; bassoon.
* DePauw Flute Choir -- Anne Reynolds, director, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Thompson Recital Hall
* Guest Artist Recital: Lorna Griffitt, piano and Haroutune Bedelian, violin, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Thompson Recital Hall. Lorna Griffitt began her teaching career in 1974 at DePauw University and joined the music faculty at the University of California, Irvine, in 1993. Haroutune Bedelian is a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London, where at age 20 he won first prize in the BBC Violin Competition.
Thursday, Nov. 11
* DePauw Jazz Ensemble, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Kresge Auditorium
* Kelly Writers Series: Sharon Olds, poet, 7:30 p.m., Green Center for the Performing Arts, Thompson Recital Hall. Considered one of contemporary poetry's leading voices, Sharon Old's first collection of poems "Satan Says" (1980) received the inaugural San Francisco Poetry Center Award.
* DePauw Jazz at The Duck: The Farrelly/Markiewicz Quartet, 9-11 p.m., The Fluttering Duck, The Walden Inn
Sunday, Nov. 14
* DePauw Chamber Singers -- Jan Harrington, director, 3 p.m. Green Center for the Performing Arts, Thompson Recital Hall